shortly before my gramma passed away in early 2012, i stopped hosting regular segments of tranquility du jour tv. feeling low on inspiration coupled with poor timing, bad hair days, or a disordered pink palace/chez moi, the videos came to a screeching halt.
intentions to resurrect them have surfaced since then, yet i've wondered how to make them most meaningful.
for example, when reviewing news stories, if it involves a video, i rarely click it. i want to read the story. yet i know many enjoy consuming material via video and i, too, enjoy a well-done how-to or inspirational piece.
that's where i've been a bit stumped. what will be inspiring, add meaning, and be something that i can share succinctly in a few minutes or less?
on the bus up to nyc for wednesday's writing class, i jotted a few ideas shown in the above pic: clear clutter, capsule dressing, green juice, green smoothie, gardening, using daybook, DIY how-to's, and so forth.
you know, an assortment of tranquility tools that i dabble in, recommend, and also struggle with from time to time. all with guest appearances by our three four-legged furry sons, of course.
here's where you come in. i'd love *your* input. what would you like to see on an every other week basis? what would challenge you to explore beyond your comfort zone? where do you long for deeper direction on living life with daily dollops of tranquility?
while i pull together an editorial calendar of sorts for the return of tranquility du jour tv, i gratefully await your input. making a return to delivering tranquility in this medium will be a fun adventure to co-create with you.
in the interim, please peruse back issues. try a mini yoga session, browse my bookshelves, and dabble in art journaling. i look forward to bringing you regular does of tranquility via video in addition to our bi-monthly podcasts.
and, as always, if you have other ideas on how best i can serve this virtual community we've created together, please let me know. bisous. x